Who’s in What Recital?
Below You will find important information that will give you details about this year’s recital including dates, location, information on Dress Rehearsal Week, and also a link to the “Who’s In What Recital” listing for this year.
About the Recital
Performing in front of an audience is a major part of a dancer’s education. It is a time when they can show off all the wonderful moves they have learned throughout the year. We have dance recitals so that everyone has the chance to take those steps out of the classroom and perform them so everyone can enjoy. However, it is not for everyone, which is why participating in our dance recital is voluntary. It is not mandatory for all students to participate.
Dress Rehearsal is basically a trial run of the recital. All dancers come in full costume, make up, hair, etc., as if it was the real recital. Dancers get the chance to see if all their velcro, snaps, hook and eyes stay in place. Also, does the hat stay on with just one clip, or will it take 10 more? We set the many lighting, scenery and curtain cues during these rehearsals. Dress Rehearsal will be held during various times the week of Monday, June 7 – Friday, June 11. You will receive a schedule letting you know what time your dancer will perform. This is also your only chance to take all your pictures and videos, since WE DO NOT ALLOW PHOTOGRAPHY OF ANY KIND DURING RECITAL PERFORMANCES, as during a performance it is hazardous to the performers and distracting to those around you. CLASS PHOTOS ARE ALSO TAKEN ON THESE DAYS. IF YOU HAVE ANY CONFLICTS FOR THESE DRESS REHEARSAL DATES, PLEASE E-MAIL THEM TO MELINDA CIVITELLA AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Rehearsals usually begin at 4:00pm and run until 10:00pm. Every dance will be given a specific time frame in which to come.
Who’s In What Recital?
Please click the button below to see a chart listing the classes for each particular show. Please see the COLUMN HEADER for the show your class will be performing in. The first two pages show the show assignments organized by song, while the remaining pages show the same show assignments organized by class day. Again, after an almost impossible task, we were able to get 79% of our families in the same recital. If you find after checking the list that we were unable to get your dancer in the same performance, please check at the desk to see if there may be other classes you could switch into to have the same recital show. We will do our best to accommodate you, but we cannot guarantee that all classes can be changed. All class changes must be made by DECEMBER 6.